You are bidding on a Pre-Owned
PROFESSIONAL 300m CHRONOMETER
Stainless Steel Wrist Watch
Reference # 2055.80
In Fair Condition.
Seconds hand peeled and this is why you see the
little microscopic marks on the crystal from the inside.
Can only be seen under the photo light, when it's on your hand
you will not see them with your eyes.
There is a scratch on the bezel between 2 and 4 o'clock.
Few minor Cratches on the case and bracelet. Overall in OK condition.
Seconds hand can be replaced and crystal cleaned from the inside, a little
repolishing and it is perfect..This is why i rate it Ok Fair condition..
I am providing images of the watch for you
to see the actual item and it's current condition
This Men's Omega Seamaster Professional 41.5mm Chronometer Watch
features a stainless steel case,
push down back plate, crown, lugs, bracelet, and deployment clasp.
The bezel is made from the same durable material and is unidirectional.
The blue guilloche dial features luminescent and silver toned hour, minute
, and red tipped second hands.
The hour markers are luminescent triangles/rectangles and the
minute/second markers are short white lines.
A date window is features at 3 o'clock.
It is water resistant up to 300 meters.
The case measures 41mm in diameter without the crown and protects a
complicated certified chronometer automatic movement.
The bracelet fits a wrist up to 8.5 inches and the clasp
extends to fit a bigger wrist for diving.
Brand Name: Omega
Model number: 2055.80
Part Number: 2055.80
Item Shape: round
Dial window material type: anti reflective scratch
Case material: stainless-steel
Case diameter: 41.5 millimeters
Case Thickness: 11 millimeters
Band material: stainless-steel
Band length: Will fit a wrist up to 8.5"
Band Color: silver stainless
Dial color: electric blue
Hour markers: Triangles and Rectagles
Hand Indicators: Hour, Minute, Seconds
Bezel material: Stainless
Bezel Function: Undirectional
Calendar: Date 3
Water resistant depth: 300 meters
No box, no papers.
Pioneering spirit has taken this watch to the Moon, helped conquer the oceans’ depths, and allowed to time the world’s most important sporting events. At the same time, setting precision records and have been continuously re-defining state-of-the-art mechanical watchmaking since 1848.